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The Worlds Deadliest Animals

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  1. ThinkPad

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    Elephants kill more than 500 people per year, they may not seem dangerous but when faced in danger they will not stop for anything, and being so huge and all I’m not sure anything can stop them!

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    The Poison Dart Frog

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    These may look like harmless little frogs that you pick up and keep as a pet but they aren’t. Native to Central South America. They release a venom that is powerful enough to kill 10 humans, although they use it to keep the predators from coming closer

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    The Sydney funnel web is one of the deadliest animals in the world and one of the deadliest spiders in the world. It has extremely large pincer like fangs and injects a large amount of venom into its prey or any human that approaches it. as it is extremely aggressive and powerful if a full grown adult is bitten they can be killed in 40 minutes if not treated.

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    Mosquito

    Yes there not just annoying and make you itchy, but there deadly. In fact the most deadly animal in the world. They act as a vector agent carrying mosquito-borne disease, they go around person to person biting them and infecting them with a virus. Mosquitoes on average give 700 million people around the world a virus causing millions of deaths.


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    The king of all the snakes, and the longest venomous snake of them all. they can grow up to 6.7 meters long. Within minutes of being bitten the cardiovascular system fails and the victim falls into a coma. By then the respiratory system fails and the person will die. These snakes are very shy snakes but if bitten chances of survival is very slim.

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    The Salt Water Crocodile

    Anyone who has had an encounter with a fully grown salt water crocodile most likely hasn’t lived to tell the tale, they can grow to around 5.8m (19 feet). A 4.8 meter crocodile was measured to have the bite strength of 1800kg.


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    Great study!
    Sa ajabu kuna mtu anajiita MBU, humu ndani!
    Wanajamii, na ijulikane kwamba huyu Thinkpad alishindwa kumweka HIV hapa kutokana na sababu za kiteknolojia!
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    Marbled Cone snail can be as deadly as any other animal on this list. One drop of its venom is so powerful that it can kill more than 20 humans. If you ever happen to be in warm salt water environment (where these snails are often found) and see it, don’t even think of picking it up. Of course, the true purpose of its venom is to catch its prey. Symptoms of a cone snail sting can start immediately or can be delayed in onset for days. It results in intense pain, swelling, numbness and tingling. Severe cases involve muscle paralysis, vision changes and breathing failure. There is no antivenom. However, only about 30 human deaths have been recorded from cone snail envenomation.


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    Contrarily to the popular belief most of the scorpions are relatively harmless to humans as stings produce only local effects (pain, numbness or swelling). However, the Death Starker Scorpion is highly dangerous species because its venom is a powerful cocktail of neurotoxins which causes an intense and unbearable pain, then fever, followed by coma, convulsions, paralysis and death. Fortunately, while a sting from this scorpion is extremely painful, it would be unlikely to kill a healthy, adult human. Young children, the old, or infirm (with a heart condition) are at the biggest risk.

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    Maybe Stonefish would never win a beauty contest, but it would definitely win the top prize for being “The World Most Venomous Fish”. Its venom causes such a severe pain that the victims of its sting want the affected limb to be amputated. It is described as the worst pain known to man. It is accompanied with possible shock, paralysis, and tissue death. If not given medical attention within a couple of hours It can be fatal to humans.
    Stonefish stores its toxins in gruesome-looking spines that are designed to hurt would-be predators.
    Stonefish mostly live above the tropic of Capricorn, often found in the shallow tropical marine waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans, ranging from the Red Sea to the Queensland Great Barrier Reef


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    The prize for “The World’s Most Venomous Snake” goes to the Inland Taipan of Australia. Just a single bite from this snake contains enough venom to kill 100 human adults or an army of 250,000 mice. Its venom is at least 200 – 400 times more toxic than a common cobra. The Inland Taiwan’s extremely neurotoxic venom can kill an adult human in as little as 45 minutes. Fortunately this snake is very shy and there have been no documented human fatalities (all known bites were treated with antivenin).

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    Still now there are no official data to reflect the number of people killed by buffaloes. But when it comes to their aggressiveness to other species on forest buffalo are very strong and make most of ending in favor by themselves. They don’t kill for food as they are herbivorous. Some cases have been reported of people being killed or injured badly by these creatures when they cross paths


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    Ntakuwa nikiendeleza hii topic yangu kila nipatapo latest infor
     
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    Usisahau na mwanadamu pia ni mnyama hatari kuliko hao wote hapo juu,yeye ndie anayefanya dunia isiwe sehemu salama ya kuishi hao wengine wamesingiziwa
     
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